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Modes de production des fragments dans les collisions d'ions lourds aux energies intermediaires

Abstract : The goal of nuclear physics is to study the nuclei of atoms. The nuclei are composed of protons and neutrons whose cohesion is ensured by the strong interaction. This nuclear force remains poorly understood to this day. The first experiments consisted in observing and reporting on the behavior of stable nuclei. Most of their properties are well described by the model of the liquid drop model or by the layered model. With the advent of numerous gas pedals (Berkeley, GANIL, GSI ...), particle-nucleus and nucleus-nucleus collisions have opened up new fields of investigation new fields of investigation to bring us more quantitative information on nuclei and the nuclear about nuclei and the nuclear force. Heavy ion collisions have the advantage of allowing the study of nuclear matter according to two aspects : - the thermodynamic aspect through the study of hot nuclei - the dynamic aspect through the study of reaction mechanisms.
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J. Normand. Modes de production des fragments dans les collisions d'ions lourds aux energies intermediaires. Physique Nucléaire Expérimentale [nucl-ex]. Université de Caen, 2001. Français. ⟨in2p3-00019736⟩



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